Travel Blogs from Puerto Varas, Chile

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Canyoning, Puerto Varas, Chile travel blog

Canyoning

A travel blog entry by dbadgery

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A day of canyoning which was brilliant fun after getting over the fear of throwing yourself into rivers and down waterfalls in stunning mountain sceneray with a completely clear sky. In the evening stayed up to watch the sunset over the volcanoes ...

Los Lagos, Puerto Varas, Chile travel blog

Los Lagos

A travel blog entry by hpeier12

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Los Lagos district in Chile is marvelous , lots of Lakes and Volcanos . Today I trveled from Enre Lagos to Puerto Varas , took an shortcut which you know always takes longer, had an flat and had to drive true about 30 miles of Dirtroad , at the beginning ...

Forts, Sealions and Volcanos, Puerto Varas, Chile travel blog

Forts, Sealions and Volcanos

A travel blog entry by dbadgery

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... . Back in Valdivia at the fishmarket there was a familyh of sealions who sit waiting for scraps of fish to be given to them. In the afternoon a short bus ride to Puerto Varas, a lakeside resort village, with amazing views across the lake to Volcan ...

Puerto Varas, Puerto Varas, Chile travel blog

Puerto Varas

A travel blog entry by dashenzia

... having any excursions to catch we ventured out only at 1 PM for a coffee and a bus to Cascada de Saltos.  Puerto Varas/Puerto Montt/Bariloche are all part of the Chilean/Argentinian lake district, which is just spectacular.  It reminds be a ...

Puerto Varas - The Lake District of Chile, Puerto Varas, Chile travel blog

Puerto Varas - The Lake District of Chile

A travel blog entry by siestabrigid

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... District I forgot to say that there are lots of really good chocolate shops in Bariloche - think Swiss!! We had a six-hour bus journey to Puerto Varas - we left at 7.30 am - yes, I am on a holiday, but it is not the usual pampered type of holiday - ...

Getting colder...Puerto Varas, Puerto Varas, Chile travel blog

Getting colder...Puerto Varas

A travel blog entry by debsndarren

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Arrived in Puerto Varas after 3 hours on the bus and its certainly beginning to feel a lot colder! Puerto Varas is very German / Swiss influenced.  It's quite small and doesn't take long to wander around. We both need some waterproof trousers and ...

The River with No Name, Puerto Varas, Chile travel blog

The River with No Name

A travel blog entry by pumptronics

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Our plan: to walk 40km from Lago Todos Los Santos to Lago Rupanco. Our location: Vincent Perez Rosales park, Puerto Varas, Lake District, Chile. Our problem: Fitting 4 days of food, all our camping equipment and one oversized first aid kit into two 40L ...

Waiting for my boat in Puerto Varas, Puerto Varas, Chile travel blog

Waiting for my boat in Puerto Varas

A travel blog entry by adair21

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Puerto Varas is a cute little town in the shadows of Mt Orsorno - a big impossing volcano over the other side of the lake. The first night I arrived there was a great sunset over the mountain / volcano. The town was originally settled by germans - so has ...

Beautiful Lago Ranco and dodgy Frutillar, Llanquihue, Chile travel blog

Beautiful Lago Ranco and dodgy Frutillar

A travel blog entry by griffs-on-tour

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... confused when we arrived there as Frutillar had been described as one of the most genteel and cultured German towns in the south of Chile but the first spot we arrived looked pretty normal. In fact down by the lakeside things did take on a Teutonic edge ...

Pretty German Town, Puerto Varas, Chile travel blog

Pretty German Town

A travel blog entry by cailintaisteal

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Puerto Varas was a lovely old colonial Greman town, the buildings were typically German. We stayed in beautiful hostel, made from wood and so cosy it had wood burning stove in our room! We spent time walking round town, going to see a volcano but due to ...

Over the Andes and back to Chile, Puerto Varas, Chile travel blog

Over the Andes and back to Chile

A travel blog entry by pattiemcnamee

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... is kind of out in the middle of no where but has quite a collection of old cars especially Studebakers. We are staying in Puerto Varas, a small town on the shore of a beautiful lake. Overlooking the lake is a snow covered volcano. We were welcomed to ...

I was born, Puerto Varas, Chile, Chile travel blog

I was born

A travel blog entry by paulmassad

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My name is Paul Massad, I was born in Puerto Varas,  south of Chile. I grew up in Castro a very small town in the island of Chiloe. My family consists of my father Carlos, my mother Ivonne and my two smaller siblings, Jean and Michelle. Because of my ...

Visite de Puerto Varas, Puerto Varas, Chile travel blog

Visite de Puerto Varas

A travel blog entry by sophie-nuno

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... « Vincent Perez Rosales », les mecs vont au Casino, on se fait des bons repas à l’auberge et on se balade dans la ville. A Puerto Varas on voit les volcans « Osorno » et « Calbuco » ils sont ...

A la sombra del Osorno, Puerto Varas, Chile travel blog

A la sombra del Osorno

A travel blog entry by terredeshommes

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... '. En cours de trajet j'ai donc décidé que ça ne servait à rien d'aller à Puerto Montt, et je me suis arrêté à Puerto Varas, gros village au bord du grand lac Llanquihue, en face du parfait volcan Osorno! Puerto Varas est encore un de ces endroits ...

Ruled Out! by Judith, Puerto Varas, Chile travel blog

Ruled Out! by Judith

A travel blog entry by weemcd

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Ruled Out! by Judith   Travelling south, we arrived in Bavaria. Puerto Varas was built by German settlers. The older buildings and houses in the town centre are all made of wood. Everything stops for Koffee and Kuchen at 5pm. Beautifully situated on ...

Adios Chile!, Puerto Varas, Chile travel blog

Adios Chile!

A travel blog entry by paul_and_linda

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... hostel, they gave us a painted box as a souvenir of our stay. Then it was back on to Ruta 5 for the journey to Puerto Varas. We made a stop at Puerto Octay, which was a little village at the opposite side of Lago Llanquihue. It was like a ghost ...

Erste, Zweite, Heimat, Puerto Varas, Chile travel blog

Erste, Zweite, Heimat

A travel blog entry by nomadmonad

Mit 300 Familien aus Böhmen und anderen deutschen Ländern fing die Kolonisierung um den Lago Llanquihue im Jahre 1853 an. Der chilenische Staat wollte sicherstellen, daß die von ihm auf dem Papier beanspruchten Gebiete auch tatsächlich unter seiner ...

On the Piste!, Puerto Varas, Chile travel blog

On the Piste!

A travel blog entry by paul_and_linda

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... chairlift. The view was breathtaking, you could see for miles across the mountains and lake. It was then back down the steep windy road to Puerto Varas and the hotel. After a shower we had dinner in the hotel. It was the end of a great day! We woke early ...

Puerto Varas, Puerto Varas, Chile travel blog

Puerto Varas

A travel blog entry by lindb

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... getting back and we did not see the sunset, but it had been a fantastic day and I would recommend to anyone staying in Puerto Varas. Our guide, a German lad who worked at the hostel (can't remember his name) was typically German in ordering us about, but ...

A town with a wonderful feel to it., Puerto Varas, Chile travel blog

A town with a wonderful feel to it.

A travel blog entry by luvntravln

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... you go by car  it is 3 hrs. We forgot about all the stops the bus had to make. So 6hrs later we were there. Puerto Varas is a very nice town right on Lago Llanquihue.     We stayed in Canales del Sur, a bed and breakfast that is ...

Chucky and The Towers of Pain, Puerto Varas, Chile travel blog

Chucky and The Towers of Pain

A travel blog entry by colin

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... hostel came and picked us up. Included in the six was Karina and a Kiwi/Aussie couple Joe and Rochelle. We wandered around Puerto Varas for a while, admiring the views across Lago Llanquihue to the volcano, Osorno. We got a bus to a nearby place called ...

Puerto Varas en de meren, Puerto Varas, Chile travel blog

Puerto Varas en de meren

A travel blog entry by adyvn

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... Zo kan je gewoon "kuchen" (taart) bestellen ipv in het Spaans. Naast de Duitse inmenging staat dit deel van Chile ook bekend om de meren en vulkanen. Rondom Puerto Varas zijn al 4 vulkanen te tellen waarvan er 1 nog actief was in de jaren 60. Wat ik niet ...

patagonia chile, Puerto Varas, Chile travel blog

patagonia chile

A travel blog entry by artuandre

patagonia ...

Fly fishing in Patagonia, Puerto Varas, Chile travel blog

Fly fishing in Patagonia

A travel blog entry by dbr2014

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We've a few really full days & I've not had time to blog. We flew from El Calafate up to Bariloche which is described as Argentina's Lake District. In the summer it's a walking, fishing, horse riding area, in winter a ski resort. It's a big town and ...

Our last full day and night in Chile..., Puerto Varas, Chile travel blog

Our last full day and night in Chile...

A travel blog entry by waynesharfro

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... ...from the galley on the ferry...yum.  I can't believe some of the places we bought food from... We arrived after dark to Puerto Varas at the Solace Hotel...another larger hotel with an elevator. Thank god because we had a carload to bring up to the ...

Wieder festen Boden unter den Füssen, Puerto Varas, Chile travel blog

Wieder festen Boden unter den Füssen

A travel blog entry by rtwin4months

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Nach den 3 Tagen auf "hoher" See verbrachten wir 2 Tage in Puerto Varas, einem kleinen, malerischen Städtchen am Lago Llanquihue, dem zweitgrössten See in Chile mit bester Aussicht auf den Vulkan Osorno. Hier genossen wir am ersten Tag das schöne ...

Volcanoes, Lakes but still no fish!!, Puerto Varas, Chile travel blog

Volcanoes, Lakes but still no fish!!

A travel blog entry by randprtw11

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We walked from the boat to the bus terminal in Puerto Montt where we jumped on the first bus to Puerto Varas a lovely German colony village on the shores of lake Llanquihue, which was the backdrop to the amazing snow - capped volcan Calbuceo. When we ...

Valdivia, Puerto Varras and Saltos del Laja, Puerto Varas, Chile travel blog

Valdivia, Puerto Varras and Saltos del Laja

A travel blog entry by travelkaz

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... the proud owner of a huge woolly jumper and 2 hats. Back on the bus and on to our next over-night destination - Puerto Varas. A beautiful lakeside town with stunning views of Volcano Calbuco. We spend the afternoon supping German beer (many of the towns ...

brujas on bicicletas, Puerto Varas, Chile travel blog

brujas on bicicletas

A travel blog entry by lady_vagabond

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  Waking, we hit every coffee shop in town....we are trying hard to catch up with ourselves. After a bit of a wild goose chase we find bikes to rent. Its funny, these chileans. Definatly don't know about custimer service. Once we find the bike ...

Home to the best cake in the world ever!!!!, Puerto Varas, Chile travel blog

Home to the best cake in the world ever!!!!

A travel blog entry by briandlorraine

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... way back to the town to catch our bus. Talking of out of this world food, one day when we were wandering around Puerto Varas and feeling a little bit peckish, we stumbled across a little organic café across from a Kindergarten on Imperial that sold the ...

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